When McLaren Conquered the Year
Before the McLaren F1 GTR shook the 1995 Le Mans, no other team had ever captured four of the top five places on a debut appearance.
In January of 1995, just six short months before the 63rd Annual 24h Le Mans, Gordon Murray reluctantly agreed to turn the wildly popular McLaren F1 into a racing car. Tasked to make this transition from “the ultimate road car” to racing car was the head of GTR Race Development Team James Robinson. Of the original 7 McLaren F1 GTRs entered at the 1995 Le Mans, four ended up in the Top 5 including car no 51, co-branded by Harrods, that finished third. An all-British entry with a classy driver line-up featuring Andy Wallace, the veteran former F1 driver and five times Le Mans winner Derek Bell and his son Justin.
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